For Now, Just South of the Border
Posted by msrb on March 4, 2009
Image of the Day: “Restoring Law and Order”
Mexican Federal policemen patrol the street of Ciudad Juarez, March 2, 2009. Nearly 4,000 Mexican soldiers and federal police poured into Ciudad Juarez this weekend to restore law and order to the country’s most violent city, which has been ravaged by drug gangs. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar. Image may be subject to copyright.
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